Learn how to Make Marinated Beef Lettuce Wraps

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These beef lettuce wraps are made with hoisin marinated beef. They’re beautiful, low in energy, low in carbs and simple to make.

Hoisin is a Chinese language sauce constituted of soy beans with vinegar and spices. It’s utilized in many Chinese language dishes. It’s nice for marinating various kinds of meats.

These beef lettuce wraps might be served as an appetizer or a lightweight meal.

Serves six
½ cup soy sauce
½ cup rice vinegar
2 TBS Hoisin sauce
1 chili pepper — seeded, membrane eliminated, chopped
1 TBS minced garlic
1 TBS minced ginger
2 kilos flank steak — thinly sliced into 2- inch skinny strips
four oz. canned bamboo shoots — thinly sliced
four oz. water chestnuts — thinly sliced
Peanut oil
2 small carrots — julienne
Chopped scallion greens
Chopped cilantro leaves
Iceberg lettuce cups

Combine the soy sauce, vinegar, Hoisin, chili pepper, garlic and ginger in a bowl. Pour over the meat and coat nicely. Cowl and refrigerate in a single day.

Warmth a wok with some peanut oil. Cook dinner beef in batches. Return all beef to wok and add water chestnuts, bamboo shoots and carrots. Cook dinner for a couple of minutes till carrots are crisp.

Fill a lettuce cup with beef. High with scallion greens and cilantro. Serve and luxuriate in!

2 lettuce wraps – CALORIES 309.29; FAT 16.94 grs (sat 5.38; mono 7.95; poly 2.7); PROTEIN 29.38 grs ; FIBER 2.91 grs; CARBS 9.24 grs; CHOLESTEROL 58.three mg; IRON three.28 mg; SODIUM 208.69 mg; CALCIUM 51.91 mg

Print your recipe right here – http://thefrugalchef.com/2011/07/beef-lettuce-wraps/

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